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A photo tour of the dining program at the University of North Texas

UNT Dining offers students five all-you-care-to-eat dining halls, including venues specializing in vegan, allergen-free and sports nutrition dishes.

Campus dining at the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton is a specialized affair, with the program operating five residential dining centers that not only offer all-you-care-to-eat service—with universal access for residential meal plan holders—but a choice of specialized venues that cater to specific diet regiments and restrictions.

They include venues that offer vegan (Mean Greens), food-allergen-free (Kitchen West) and sports nutrition focused (Champs) menus, while the latest addition, Eagle Landing, adds a seven-concept array specializing in scratch-made dishes.

UNT is looking to return to a “full campus experience” this fall, so the dining program plans to have all outlets open and fully staffed, including some two dozen retail concepts ranging from national brands like Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and Burger King to local and proprietary concepts like Scrappy’s Ice Cream, Avesta, Mia’s Pizza and Khush Roti.

Here’s a look at the dining program and some of its creations…

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